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Rucastle, so I think, Watson, that we had best escort Miss Hunter back to Winchester, as it seems to me that our locus standi now is rather a questionable one.
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Winchester ballisticians rounded up some Winchester Super X3 shotguns, Carlson choke tubes and a variety of Winchester Long Beard XR, Double X Magnum, Double X High Velocity and Super X Turkey loads.
Winchester Repeating Arms no longer manufacturers in the U.
Winchester has created a community outreach program in which she holds complimentary seminars at local businesses twice a month and speaks on relevant health related topics.
and his wife Holly of Cape Elizabeth, ME Deborah Winchester Cantin, of Auburn, Beth L.
Elhanan Winchester has been called "the most significant Universalist of the later eighteenth century" and "the most eminent for general learning and for intellectual grasp, fertility, and power.
The 1901 census revealed that Julia was living with her sister Clara and brother-in-law Philip Shelley with her two younger children, Frank Winchester and Edith Kate, and was working as a school board cleaner.
We are very proud of this remarkable achievement for Winchester Mansions.
There are five teams in the NSL and they are Cardiff, Exeter, Winchester, Halifax and Suffolk team Martlesham.
Winchester became a central place only after Fort Loudoun was built to garrison the Virginia Regiment there.
Bestseller author Winchester brings that legendary day and its terror to life in this detailed history.